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World-Renowned Phlebologists Meet in Sedona

Originally posted on Morrison Vein's Blog:
Dr. Morrison hosted the 5th Annual Sedona Days medical conference which featured extensive discussions among nearly 40 invited vein specialists, including many of the leading phlebologists in the world. This unique conference format was developed for German-speaking phlebologists in Appenzell, Switzerland and in 2007 Dr. Morrison organized and…

Facebook’s getting all uppity when I tr

Facebook’s getting all uppity when I try to upload a video to ACI’s page, so let’s just use YouTube http://ow.ly/auQ8A

Andrew Nicolaides on the ArtAssist Device’s Optimization

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayZxyJy25DU

Andrew N. Nicolaides, Professor Emeritus at the Imperial College of London, discusses how ArtAssist®…the Arterial Assist Device was optimized to treat non-surgical patients with peripheral arterial disease caused by poor blood flow in the legs.

Updated ArtAssist overview coming soon!

I’ve been working on making a simple overview of the ArtAssist device that’s easy on the eyes and contains very little fancy medical jargon. In short, it’s geared toward patients who have better things to do than try to decipher the brochure I wrote last year for physicians. It’s coming along really well, I just […]

How the Arterial Assist Device can eliminate the need for re-stenting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhfPHHP_oMc&feature=g-upl&context=G2783da4AUAAAAAAAAAA

Andrew N. Nicolaides, Professor Emeritus at the Imperial College of London, discusses how ArtAssist®…the Arterial Assist Device can be useful for patients who have already been revascularized with stenting. After a stent fails, the ArtAssist® device will have already strengthened collateral arteries, making re-stenting unnecessary.

Originally posted on hightechnologyscrubs:
A new study in mice shows that obesity might just be an infectious disease according to a study by researcher Richard Flavell, a professor of immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine. Mice study shows obesity may be an infectious disease In the study, mice engineered to have a particular immune deficiency developed fatty liver…

Hello world!

I’m leaving the automated blog post below and the title…it just seems like the fitting thing to do. I mean, what if I forget what links they suggested? Anyway, as it says in my bio thing, I love my dog (mine is the BEST, by the way) and I love living in SoCal. I will […]